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The test route in Krommenie (province North-Holland) is about 70 meters long, and fitted with 2.5 by 3.5 meter solar modules. The test mode started in October 2014 and for the first year stock had been taken.
Cycling plays a major role in personal mobility around the world, but it could play a much bigger role. Given the convenience, health benefits, and affordability of bicycles, they could provide a far greater proportion of urban passenger transportation, helping reduce energy use and CO2 emissions worldwide.
The minimization of climate relevant emissions through pedelec usage is especially large where frequent or long distance car trips are replaced by using a pedelec.
The test route in Krommenie (province North-Holland) opened in October 2014, and consists of concrete modules of 2.5 by 3.5 meters with solar cells. It is expected to get more than 70 kWh per square meter per year.
Together with the cities of Bremen and Stuttgart, the German Öko-Institut, an institute for applied ecology, analysed the environmental effects of those measures, which are planned from today till 2025 resp. 2030. Additionally, climate protection scenarios were expanded by adding further ideas for increasing the quality of life until 2050. Bicycle traffic in Stuttgart, for example, could increase by 240 percent, from now until 2050. Bremen could benefit from a 54 percent increase.
How could companies easily change to cargo bikes? The information platform "Take your goods on bike!" shows the way. It is the first comprehensive information and consulting service, addressing the use of cargo bikes in commercial transport.
On April 12th 2014, more than 200 delegates from 25 nations met for the 2nd European Cycle Logistics Conference in the Dutch City of Nijmegen. They discussed the large potential of different cargo bike related business models, which can contribute to inner city traffic reduction.
Responsible Mobility Means: Continual Change and Adaptation! Results and recommendations from the study "The Potential of Cycling to Reduce Emissions in Road Transport" from the TU Dresden.
The influence of the consumer on climatic changes caused by complete processing chains – the Consumer Carbon Footprint (CCF) – may be larger than has been thought.
The European Commission’s Sustainable Urban Mobility campaign represents a three-year initiative aiming to support sustainable urban mobility campaigners in 31 countries.
The Charter of Vancouver was launched during the Velo-city Global 2012 conference as a step towards reaching the goal of a sustainable future, by focusing on cycling and children today.
File of the Week , Ausgabe /Issue A-1/2010 - In what way could bicycles help reduce carbon dioxide emissions from transport?
Value for money National Cycle Network is cutting car traffic and getting more people active
SpiCycles programme publishes a report on public bikes an european experiences in cycling
Runners-up were Almada in Portugal and Zagreb, the Croatian capital
Mayor Ken Livingstone unveils programme to transform cycling and walking in London. 500 Millionen Pfund (667 Millionen Euro) in den nächsten 10 Jahren für den Radverkehr.
Alle Kommunen, die 2007 eine Aktionswoche veranstalteten, haben die Gelegenheit, sich zu bewerben.
In der "Global Alliance for EcoMobility" arbeiten europäische und weltweit agierende Umwelt-Verbände und namhafte Fahrradfirmen zusammen.
Förderung des Radfahrens als Beitrag zum Klimaschutz - mindestens 10% der Verkehrsbudgets für den Radverkehr!
Obwohl Zufußgehen und Radfahren die CO2-Emissionen beeinflussen können, werden Maßnahmen, die die nicht motorisierten Verkehrsmittel sicherer, schneller, und attraktiver zu machen, in der nationalen CO2-Berichterstattung vergessen.
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